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Vixen Shop in St Kevins Arcade
New Zealand
Karangahape Road seems to be the place for vintage and designer clothing stores and according to this website (http://www.codeforsomething.com/2008/10/guide-to-vintage-shopping-in-auckland/) Vixen is "a fantastic port of call when you are looking for something amazing".
Copyright: Gary quigg
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Uploaded: 18/03/2012
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Tags: vintage; clothes; boutique
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